This issue explores the construction industry and presents a goldmine of information based on data available on Jus Mundi and Jus Connect as of May 2023. Discover updated insights into construction arbitration and exclusive statistics & rankings, as well as in-depth global and regional perspectives on construction projects, disputes, & arbitration from leading lawyers, arbitrators, experts, arbitral institutions, and in-house counsel.
In construction arbitration, parties and tribunals frequently turn to experts for assistance in addressing complex issues and evaluating damages. Expert evidence is paramount in providing clarity, knowledge, and technical assessment of complicated issues.
Our data shows that 281 expert firms were engaged in construction arbitrations.
The expert firms listed in this graph have all acted both in commercial and investor-State arbitrations of construction disputes. However, accor- ding to our data, only PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and KPMG have acted in more investor-State than commercial arbitrations of construction disputes.
FTI Consulting is the most active expert firm in construction arbitration, according to our all-time data, as well as the most active in the last five years. The firm therefore remains a staple when it comes to construction arbitration.
FTI Consulting is also a reference in other economic sectors. For instance, it was also ranked as the most active expert firm in mining arbitration, according to our data.
Berkeley Research Group and Ernst & Young have grown their construc- tion arbitration caseload in the last five years. Ernst & Young has acted as an expert only in commercial arbitrations of construction disputes in the last five years (as opposed to the last decade during which the firm did act as expert in investor-State arbitrations of construction disputes).
Ankura is also a leading expert firm in construction arbitration. You can read their expert advice in Hired Gun or Guide to Enlightenment?, by David Dellar & Michael Stokes (Ankura).
Find more data-backed insights in our 2023 Construction Arbitration Report